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MARL023 Demonstrate basic knowledge of ship operation and maintenance

Release: 1

MARL023 Demonstrate basic knowledge of ship operation and maintenance

Date this document was generated: 24 February 2016

MARL023 Demonstrate basic knowledge of ship operation and maintenance

Modification History

Release 1. New unit of competency.

Application

This unit involves the skills and knowledge required to ensure that vessels comply with regulatory and survey requirements as well as maintenance and repair procedures associated with satisfying maintenance of Class.

This unit applies to the work of a Marine Engineer Class 2 on commercial vessels greater than 3000 kW and forms part of the requirements for the Certificate of Competency Marine Engineer Class 2 issued by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA).

No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this unit at the time of publication.

Pre-requisite Unit

Not applicable.

Competency Field

L Marine Engineering

Unit Sector

Not applicable.

Elements and Performance Criteria

Elements describe the essential outcomes.

Performance criteria describe the performance needed to demonstrate achievement of the element.

1 Identify regulatory environment for shipping operations

1.1 Function of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) is outlined, how recommendations are adopted through maritime legislation is explained and areas of exemption for local and international shipping are identified

1.2 International maritime law embodied in international

MARL023 Demonstrate basic knowledge of ship operation and maintenance

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agreements and conventions is identified

 

1.3

Application of the International Labour Organization (ILO) Convention to dockyard and shipboard practices is explained

1.4

Flag State responsibilities are explained

1.5

Purpose of the Navigation Act, Marine Notices, Marine Orders, Port State Control and other methods of implementing international agreements and conventions is clarified

1.6

Purpose of insurance underwriters and Protection and Indemnity (P & I) Clubs is clarified

1.7

Function of Classification Societies and their involvement with Flag States with Memorandum of Agreement is outlined

1.8

ISM Code is applied to ship operation and maintenance

1.9

Requirement for crew training for emergency response, administration, operation and maintenance to Standards of Training Certification and Watchkeeping (STCW) requirements is explained

2 Prepare for surveys

2.1

Areas covered by classification surveys are identified

2.2

Reasons for class withdrawal are clarified and condition of class are explained

2.3

Continuous, alternative and special surveys, terms of survey and survey frequency are outlined

2.4

Differentiation is made between planned maintenance and condition monitoring for machinery

2.5

Safe practices for preparing compartments for survey, including pressure testing are identified

2.6

Tail shaft surveys are outlined and planned

2.7

Pressure vessels and boiler surveys outlined and planned

2.8

Machinery and hull layup methods are specified

3 Explain survey

3.1

Statutory survey requirements for convention and

requirements

non-convention vessels are identified

 

3.2

Documentation and records essential for compliance with statutory surveys, legislation and measures are identified to

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ensure protection of the marine environment and safety of life at sea

 

3.3

Load line measurements and freeboard assignment are explained

3.4

Conditions of freeboard assignment, tests, common faults and repairs are identified

3.5

Maintenance and repair responsibilities are identified to satisfy safety construction surveys

3.6

Common defects, tests and preparations are identified to satisfy safety equipment surveys

3.7

International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships (MARPOL) survey requirements, including precautions to be taken to prevent pollution of the marine environment are clarified and how compliance with MARPOL is fully observed is explained

3.8

Survey requirements for cargo ship safety construction, safety equipment and safety radio certificates; passenger ship safety certificates; chemical tanker and gas carrier certificates of fitness are clarified

3.9

Port State Control is explained

3.10

Substandard ship and factors causing ship detention are identified

4

Assess influences on vessel stability

4.1

Basic theories and factors affecting trim and stability as well as measures necessary to preserve trim and stability are explained

 

4.2

IMO recommendations concerning ship stability are identified

4.3

Influences causing change of centre of gravity are explained and action to be taken in the event of partial loss of intact buoyancy, free surface and Angle of Loll is specified

4.4

Consequences of cargo movement, including bulk and deck cargo is outlined

4.5

Stability documentation required for different ship types to satisfy safety of life at sea (SOLAS) is identified

4.6

Intact and damage stability criteria are explained

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5 Outline procedures for maintenance and repairs of hull, pumping systems, propellers, machinery and other items satisfying maintenance of Class

6 Explain function of International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) Code

4.7

4.8

5.1

5.2

5.3

5.4

5.5

5.6

5.7

5.8

5.9

6.1

6.2

6.3

6.4

Damage control procedures and assessment following collision or grounding are specified to ensure watertight integrity of a ship is according to accepted practice

Stability requirements for routine dry-docking are identified

Properties and repair techniques are identified for ordinary and high tensile hull grades of steel including underwater repair work

Means of minimising and controlling both internal and external hull corrosion are identified

Repair techniques for various propeller materials are outlined

Drainage arrangements and connections to other systems of spaces outside the engine room are explained

Ballast main connections to fore and after peak tanks are outlined and procedure for filling and emptying tanks is clarified

Means of testing performance of shipboard pumping systems is identified

Common faults and ways of assessing condition of shipboard pumping systems are determined

Machinery condition monitoring and planned maintenance systems are identified

Hull life extension surveys and enhanced survey requirements for tankers and bulkships are outlined

IMDG Code is applied to prepare action plans for emergency situations

Common hazards of shipboard enclosed spaces are identified and suitable strategies, including compartment re-entry, following extinction of fire, are planned

Methods of testing enclosed space atmospheres are identified and limits of exposure to common hazards confirmed

Requirements of ordering and taking bunkers as well as discharging to shore side reception facilities, are specified

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7 Outline dry-dock and in-water bottom survey responsibilities of engineering staff

8 Outline maintenance, repair and safe working practices associated with lifting and life saving equipment

9 Outline operation of an inert gas system for a tanker

7.1

7.2

7.3

7.4

7.5

8.1

8.2

8.3

8.4

8.5

8.6

8.7

8.8

8.9

9.1

9.2

Procedures for planning and implementing dry-docking and in-water bottom surveys are clarified

Responsibilities for engineering personnel associated with planning and implementing dry-docking and in-water bottom surveys are detailed

Dry-dock and in-water hull cleaning methods are compared and contrasted

Dry-dock refloating criteria and responsibilities of engineering staff are outlined

Preservation and maintenance requirements for extended layup of vessel, and inspection and tests required on reactivation are outlined

Safe working practices applicable to cranes, chain blocks, items of loose gear and other lifting equipment are identified

Safety and protective devices used in conjunction with lifting gear are identified

Means of testing and adjusting lifting gear are confirmed

Legislative and regulatory requirements for inspection, storage and maintenance of lifting gear are outlined

Purposes and procedures involved in annual and quadrennial surveys of cargo gear are clarified

Procedures for safe working load (SWL) and proof load tests, including lifeboat launching gear are clarified

Safe working practices applicable to rigging and lifting heavy items during maintenance and repair are identified

Installation, operation, maintenance of lifesaving appliances and launching equipment is outlined

Safety and protective devices associated with lifesaving appliances and launching equipment are confirmed

Construction, operation and maintenance of individual components of inert gas system (IGS) are explained

Mandatory controls, alarms and cut-outs are identified

MARL023 Demonstrate basic knowledge of ship operation and maintenance

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10 Apply leadership and management skills

10.1 Shipboard personnel management and training requirements are explained in relation to engineering operations

10.2 Procedures for managing personal and crew workload in relation to marine engineering functions are clarified

10.3 Effectiveness of resource management in relation to engineering functions is assessed

10.4 Decision-making techniques appropriate to engineering functions are explained

10.5 Processes for developing, implementing and maintaining standard operating procedures relevant to marine engineering functions are explained

Foundation Skills

Foundation skills essential to performance are explicit in the performance criteria of this unit of competency.

MARL023 Demonstrate basic knowledge of ship operation and maintenance

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Range of Conditions

Range is restricted to essential operating conditions and any other variables essential to the work environment.

International maritime law includes one or more of the following:

Areas covered by classification surveys include one or more of the following:

Minimising and controlling both internal and external hull corrosion includes one or more of the following:

Other systems of spaces outside the engine room include one or more of the following:

Shipboard pumping systems include one or more of the following:

Heavy items include one or more of the following:

ASM Code

certificates and other documents to be carried on board ships by international conventions

International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships

International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea 1974

International Convention on Load Lines 1966

International Health Regulations

international instruments affecting safety of ships, passengers, crew or cargo

STCW

automation

boilers/pressure vessels

cargo gear

hull

machinery

specific notations

tail shaft

cathodic protection

coating systems

surface preparation techniques

holds

pump rooms

spaces forward of the collision bulkhead

ballast systems

bilge systems

hatches

stern doors

other large movable structures

MARL023 Demonstrate basic knowledge of ship operation and maintenance

Date this document was generated: 24 February 2016

Unit Mapping Information

This unit replaces and is equivalent to MARL6010A Demonstrate basic knowledge of ship operation and maintenance.

Links

MAR Maritime Training Package Companion Volume Implementation Guide at: -

http://companion_volumes.vetnet.education.gov.au/Pages/TrainingPackage.aspx?pid=22